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Old 01-31-2015, 01:15 PM   #1
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How many miles is too many to add a supercharger?

Looking into a supercharger. Any one know what is too many miles on a vehicle to add on a supercharger?
40k?
50K?
60K?
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I've got a friend who put one on at 156,000 miles and ran strong well into the 200,000 miles range. Only thing that matters when installing a supercharger is, is the engine healthy. And if properly maintained can last a very long time.




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Wow 156K to 200k that's great.
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How many miles is too many to add a supercharger?

You misunderstood 156,000 to over 200,000, well it was close to 225,000. That's when he sold the car.
Understand that if you constantly beat the ***** out the car; the engine won't last long with a supercharger.



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I have been looking for a Mustang for a while. I found a mint 07 38000 miles, garaged owned by a older gentleman with a outstanding service record for the car.
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He doesn't want a fortune for it does he?




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The asking price is 16,000

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I'd say get it...




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I would have bought it by now.
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See what type of oil he used hopefully synthetic! That makes a big difference these days with regular changes .
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Mobil 1. He even has the date and miles when he replaced the wiper blades, light bulbs etc
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If you get it I'd love to see some pictures of it. The California special cars have a good looking body kit on them. I looked at one before getting my Roush, would've bought it too, but the interior color wasn't ideal for my profession. White body with a red leather interior. Ah it was so beautiful...


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